noun fla·men \ˈflā-mən\
plural flamens or flam·i·nes \ˈfla-mə-ˌnēz\

Definition of FLAMEN

:  a priest especially in ancient Rome

Origin of FLAMEN

Middle English flamin, from Latin flamin-, flamen
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with FLAMEN


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